Christmas songs are essential when wrapping presents, decorating, getting ready for a Christmas party, baking gingerbread cookies… basically everything Christmas related! They make everything feel so much more festive and I’m even listening to my playlist while writing this post. I thought I’d share a few of my absolute favourite Christmas songs with you that I think should be found from your playlist as well! After all, “the best way to spread Christmas Cheer, is singing loud for all to hear.”
All I Want For Christmas Is You – Mariah Carey
This is probably the number one song in your festive playlist already but I just had to mention it!
Baby, It’s Christmas – Travis Atreo feat. Colton Haynes
This is one of my favourite picks when it comes to slow Christmas songs. The piano version is so beautiful! When I first heard it last year, I had it on repeat the whole day!
Mistletoe – Justin Bieber
Even if you’re not a fan of Justin, you still need this song on your playlist! It always manages to bring a smile on my face and it such a calming tune while still being fun.
Last Christmas – Wham!
Another classic I’m sure you’ve already included in your playlist! This song brings up so many memories and I could sing it in my sleep.
Jingle Bells – Glee
This version of Jingle Bells is amazing! I love that first it starts out very slowly but then blasts out into one of the most fun Christmas songs.
White Christmas – Glee
Can you tell that I love the Glee versions? White Christmas is one of my favourite Christmas songs ever and this version makes it even better!
Santa Tell Me – Ariana Grande
For some reason I only started listening this song this year but now I’m obsessed! It’s so fun and quirky and makes me want to start singing as soon as I hear it.
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What are your favourite Christmas songs?
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